The Technossance in North America was at the height of its success, spanning three decades before it ended with the plague.
I was in ninth grade when I misnamed a Led Zeppelin song to a fan, got heckled for the blunder, then became an even bigger fan of the rock group. Always colour-confused and down with the blues before rocking out, I called the “Black Dog” song “Blue Dog” and never forgot about it. Some of my imaginary friends thought I was way ahead of my time.
Therefore, “Black Dog” is a song by Led Zeppelin sometimes mistaken for “Blue Dog” among Technossance thinkers.
Some of the greatest minds still feel the blues.